The 9400 Servo Drive system is set apart by its totally innovative electromechanical concept. The separation of the installation backplane for connecting all power cables and the drive electronics has brought about a previously unseen simplification of installation, assembly and application.
A new feature is Ethernet in the drive for vertical integration at control level and real-time capable ETHERNET Powerlink for Motion Control applications. Of course, established fieldbus systems are also available to allow you to integrate the system as easily as possible into your existing control world. The overall picture is finished off with an integrated diagnostic interface and the tried-and-tested Lenze system bus.
The safety technology which can be integrated as an option has been developed in line with IEC 61508 SIL 3 and meets the requirements for EN 954-1 cat. 3. Modules ranging from "safe standstill" right up to an integrated safety bus are available to meet all manner of requirements. This helps you to cut costs.
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The 9400 drive systems are pre-configured and tested at the factory according to your specifications and arrive made to measure. Our aim is to make everything as easy as possible for you and to keep logistics to a minimum. Of course, all of the options are also available individually. You choose. We deliver.
In the 9400 Servo Drive system, the mounting fixtures and the drive electronics are separate from each other. This makes for really easy handling during mounting and installation and the simplified method of replacing the electronics minimises machine downtimes in the unlikely event of something going wrong.
On the single-axis drives, the mains supply, DC bus and inverter are combined in a single unit. Integrated filter elements and brake chopper enable self-sufficient applications in distributed installations. Combinations for multi-axis drives are also possible. Suitable footprint filters are available for use with longer cables or higher interference levels.
The multi-axis drives have been optimised for centralised, compact multi-axis installations. The energy exchange via the DC bus reduces the power required from the mains supply. The shared use of mains feed, brake chopper and EMC measures significantly reduces expenditure on materials and installation. The integrated DC bus fuse allows selective disconnection in the event of a fault, without affecting the operation of the overall DC bus.
Incoming units are available with an integrated brake chopper for centralised power supply concepts.
Thanks to the wide operating voltage range, there are no limits to the potential applications of our drives. Adaptation for insulated supply systems (IT systems) only takes a matter of moments and is very straightforward to implement. Of course, the drives are approved in accordance with UL and cUL and satisfy the CE conformity requirements.
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